Aneta Tyc graduated from the Faculty of Law and Administration, University of Lodz – administration in 2009 (MA seminar at the Department of Labour Law) and law in 2010 (MA seminar at the Department of Civil Procedure I). In 2015 she obtained the degree of Doctor of Law (summa cum laude) on the basis of the thesis entitled „Ciężar dowodu w prawie pracy” [“The Burden of Proof in Employment Law”], which was prepared under the direction of Professor Zbigniew Góral. The dissertation was published as a monograph entitled „Ciężar dowodu w prawie pracy. Studium na tle prawnoporównawczym” [“The Burden of Proof in Employment Law. The Study Against the Legal-Comparative Background”] (Wolters Kluwer, 2016, 372 pages), for which the author received the Second Degree Individual Award of the Rector of the University of Lodz. Assistant Professor at the Department of Labour Law, University of Lodz. She speaks: Italian, English, Spanish, French.
In 2017 she received a scholarship from the Ministry of Science and Higher Education for eminent young scientists conducting high-quality research and with impressive scientific achievements at the international level (3 years funding); was granted the Development Studies Association Funding (University of Manchester, 2018); obtained a scholarship for PhD students from the Ministry of Science and Higher Education for outstanding achievements and the Scientific Award of the Foundation of the University of Lodz; was awarded a fellowship from the University of Brescia in Italy; received seven letters of congratulation and three Awards of the Rector of the University of Lodz for PhD students.
In 2016 she was a participant of the research project conducted in the Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Labour Studies, and financed from the European Union's Seventh Programme for Research, Technological Development and Demonstration. She has been a principal investigator in research projects financed by the National Science Center: PRELUDIUM („Ciężar dowodu w prawie pracy” [“The Burden of Proof in Employment Law”], no. 2012/05/N/HS5/01589) and SONATA („Handel światowy a prawa pracownicze” [“Global Trade and Labour Rights”], no. 2016/21/D/HS5/03849). She has also been awarded research grants for young researchers by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education (projects entitled: “Il lavoro umano nell'ambito delle catene globali del valore: dall'abbigliamento ai palloni da calcio”, no. B1811900002023.02, “The Collective Agreement as a Measure of Flexibilisation of Labour Law – a Comparative Study”, no. B1611900001457.02, “The Effectiveness of Human Labour Rights of Migrant Workers”, no. B1711900001696.02, and “The Fourth Industrial Revolution: New Skills, Occupations, and Methods of Supporting their Development”, no. B1711900001771.02), and has been a co-investigator in research project OPUS financed by the National Science Center: „W poszukiwaniu prawnego modelu samozatrudnienia w Polsce. Analiza prawnoporównawcza” [„In Search of the Self-Employment Model in Poland. A Comparative Analysis”], no. 2018/29/B/HS5/02534 (principal investigator: Professor Tomasz Duraj, a research team comprised of professors from the Lund University, the University of Cambridge, the Ruhr-University Bochum and the Pázmány Péter Catholic University). She participated twice in projects entitled “The Legal Responsibility of Teachers and Parents in the Context of Children's and Pupils' Rights” in the framework of grants of the Regional In-Service Teacher Training Center in Lodz.
Aneta Tyc is the author or co-author of over 65 scientific works published in Poland and abroad (articles, inter alia in: The Economic and Labour Relations Review, Professionalità Studi, Revista de Trabajo y Seguridad Social del CEF, Państwo i Prawo, Praca i Zabezpieczenie Społeczne); gave 47 speeches at conferences (including 33 abroad); won some prizes for best speeches (abroad). Most recently (2018), she was a speaker during the General Congress of the International Academy of Comparative Law (Younger Scholars Forum, Fukuoka, Japan), CIELO Laboral World Congress entitled “Cuarta revolución industrial y globalización: la protección del empleo, la salud y vida privada de los trabajadores ante los desafíos del futuro” (Montevideo, Uruguay), the International Labour and Employment Relations Association World Congress (Seoul, South Korea), the World Congress of the International Society for Labour and Social Security Law (Turin), the international congress entitled „Innovación tecnológica y futuro del trabajo: aspectos emergentes en el ámbito mundial” (University of Santiago de Compostela), international conferences at the University of Manchester, Comenius University in Bratislava, the Open University (Milton Keynes, England), and (2017) at the University of Bergamo, University of Warwick, Comenius University, the University of Edinburgh, Harokopio University of Athens, the University of Glasgow, the University of Bradford, during the „I International Congress – Labour 2030 – Rethinking the Future of Work” in Porto and during the European Regional Congress of the International Society for Labour and Social Security Law (Charles University in Prague).
Under various scientific programs and grants she conducted research and carried out scientific stays at many European universities, including: the University of Oxford, National University of Ireland in Galway, Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona (twice), the University of London (Institute of Advanced Legal Studies), the University of Bradford, Grenoble Alps University, the University of Geneva, the University of Turin (several times), the University of Milan, the University of Bergamo (twice), the University of Amsterdam (twice), the University of Edinburgh, the University of Glasgow. She collaborates with scientists from foreign research centers.
Member of the Programme Board of the Centre for Atypical Employment Relations, and the Scientific Council of the Center for Comparative Labour Law and Social Security Law, functioning as organizational units of the Faculty of Law and Administration, University of Lodz. Member of some international scientific societies. Co-organizer of many scientific conferences.
As a PhD candidate she was the member of the Scholarship and Social Committee of the Faculty of Law and Administration, and PhD students' representative to the Board of the Faculty of Law and Administration. Currently she is a member of the Disciplinary Commission for PhD Students (2016-2020).